Oceans rise in spurts, ancient corals show
The threat of sea-level rise remains one of the greatest global concerns about climate change, and scientists are still improving their predictions of how much — and how quickly — the world's oceans may rise. To help answer those questions about the future, some researchers are looking into the past.
Climate changed in ancient Egypt. Things got ugly
Climate change can influence the rise and fall of human societies and may have sparked famine and fights in ancient Egypt, according to new research.
Some groups want more CO2. Here's what that means
A key argument used by climate skeptics to downplay the consequences of anthropogenic climate change is resurfacing: the idea that carbon dioxide emissions are a net positive for the planet's vegetation.
Here's what we know about wildfires and climate change
As deadly wildfires rage across California's wine country, leaving at least 29 dead and a trail of destruction in their wake, the influence of climate change is again being questioned.
What dead birds can tell us about the climate
Long-dead birds gathering dust in museums are helping scientists to better understand climate change.